Mysterium Park board game is very easy to learn. It’s quite a bit easier to get into than Mysterium for those of you who have played its predecessor. There are less rules, less setup and work for the ghost to do in this version of the game.
It takes very little time to get the game of Mysterium Park started. You just shuffle the different decks, lay out the nine cards on the board, and the ghost draws their seven vision cards. You’re up and running in a few minutes. You can explain the rules as you are setting up which I always love. Check out our blog to learn more about this great game.
If you love Catan Board Game and you are a parent. Then there will come a time when you want your kids to learn to play. Kids love to get involved in adult games but there can be some challenges:
• Keeping them occupied while they wait for their turn.
• Making sure they do not get upset when they get robbed.
• Finishing the game before they get bored.
This blog will give you some ideas that we have found worked with playing Catan with younger kids.
The first thing you must decide when playing the Catan Board Game is where to place your initial settlements.
It is vital because it affects your in-game resources and influences your strategy from the start.
Check out this blog on the 3 top tips for how to place your settlements to get off to a winning start.
If you can set up the game and explain how to play it at the same time you are off to a winner! The ticket to Ride board game Europe edition definitely falls into this category. There are only a few components and ways to gain points, which leads to winning or losing. Each player receives a set of trains. The object is to claim various train routes that criss-cross Europe and lead to points.